Spanish Foreign Minister, Josep Borrel, said on Thursday February 28 that his country will treat “in a somewhat creative way” the alleged representative of self-proclaimed Guaido in the Iberian nation.
Borrel stressed that “take into account international law, the Vienna Convention and what regulates relations between States”, so it is intuited that they will continue working with the authorities appointed by the Legitimate President, Nicolás Maduro.
“We are going to talk with the representative of Guaidó, but we can not ignore the reality on the ground,” he told Spanish media.
In Spain Mario Isea continues to be accredited as Ambassador by Nicolás Maduro, and if the Spanish government takes action against him it is foreseeable that Maduro will act, by virtue of reciprocity, against the Spanish ambassador in Venezuela, Jesús Silva.
On the other hand, he indicated that, in his opinion, the United States should calculate better its promise that after the self-proclamation of the parliamentarian as interim president, Maduro “was not going to hold on a month.”
In this regard, he said that after this unusual event they expected “an army movement”, which has not occurred, and that ” movement” triggered actions that would generate instability in Venezuela and consolidate a coup d’état.
Translated by JRE/EF